Collider #1 (DC/Vertigo)


Rating: 4.5/5 – Don’t take gravity for granted

Simon Oliver tells a very intriguing story here where the laws of physics are not as permanent as we’ve always thought.  Things like gravity may be subject to localized failures and that’s where the Federal Bureau of Physics needs to step in and attempt to set things right.

Agent Adam Hardy is good at his job but not loved by his boss.  We have political intrigue as funding for the FBP is in question, incidents are on the rise, and who is going to step in, private enterprise?  Great 1st issue for people who like science in their science fiction and a bit of edgy humor and politics are added to the recipe like just the right amount of spice.  Another great series from a revitalized Vertigo, highly recommended.

Reviewed by: Bob Bretall – Covering the full spectrum of comics culture

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